At Home Kindergarten Programs

My daughter is 4 years old and has been in a day care program for the past two years. She loves to learn and has the tendency to pick things up quickly. I do not want to send her to public school. I was raised in the public school system (my mom is a teacher) and I want to work with a system that has more control over the curriculum and the teachers are able to adjust their teaching to the child. With that being said, I am viewing all of my options for her to go to Kindergarten next year. I would home school her, but I have to still work for the time being. Are there programs out there, besides Montessori, that allow working parents to give their children this type of education? Thank you in advance!

  • Melissa H.
    check_circleChild Care Provider Sep 06, 2019

    I am looking into this too, but supposedly there are teachers leaving the school system to start home schools all across the country. And parents are able to use vouchers to pay the cost of that private education. As I research more, I’ll try to find this post and update it.

  • Sara
    Sep 12, 2019

    Have you considered private school? Also there may be public school options in your area that take a more tailored approach, like charter schools.

  • Jess
    Oct 08, 2019

    I can't afford the luxury of private schools in this area. And they are mostly religious based which is not something I agree with. That's why I'm looking for the other options when you can't afford private schools but can't agree with the public education system. It's a never winning battle.